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Wixey David Fraser, Mcauley Alastair Edwin, Nightingale Christopher Earl, Gradon Lewis George, Milivojevic Ivan: Breathing assistance apparatus. Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, Wixey David Fraser, Mcauley Alastair Edwin, Nightingale Christopher Earl, Gradon Lewis George, Milivojevic Ivan, ADAMS Matthew D, January 22, 2004: WO/2004/007010 (50 worldwide citation)

A patient interface is described which is reduces the pressure of the mask on the users face. The patient interface has a sealing interface having an inner sealing member and an outer sealing member. The inner and outer sealing members are adapted to seal around the facial contours of a user providi ...


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Daniell Michael Grenfell, Gradon Lewis George: Humidifier sleep apnea treatment apparatus. Fisher & Paykel, June 3, 1998: EP0845277-A2 (48 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method of treating OSA (Obstructive Sleep Apnea) are disclosed wherein a Positive Airway Pressure device is utilised to provide a gases supply which is then passed through a humidifier (8). As the amount of water vapour generated by the humidifier (8) is very low at start up (typically ...


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Gradon Lewis George, Smith Nicholas Charles Alan, Mcauley Alastair Edwin, Haycock Mark Joseph, Nightingale Chris Earl: A nasal mask. Fisher & Paykel, December 19, 2001: EP1163923-A2 (48 worldwide citation)

A CPAP system is described for improved respiratory therapy of patients. In particular a patient interface is disclosed with an outlet vent with lower noise levels and more diffused outlet flow over prior art outlet vents. The outlet vent includes a main vent which is diffused and muffled and a high ...


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Gradon Lewis George, Salmon Andrew, Siew Silas Sao Jin: Interface. Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, Gradon Lewis George, Salmon Andrew, Siew Silas Sao Jin, Adams Matthew D, November 19, 2009: WO/2009/139647 (40 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an interface that includes an inflatable envelope (that could also be referred to as a bag or balloon) having a supple wall structure. The inflatable envelope has a pair of locating protrusions that engage in the nostrils of the user. The locating protrusions supply ga ...


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Gradon Lewis George, Smith Nicholas Charles Alan, Mcauley Alastair Edwin, Haycock Mark Joseph, Nightingale Chris Earl: Nose mask. Fisher &Amp Paykel, January 29, 2002: JP2002-028240 (31 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a nose mask good in a feeling of use and less leakage of supplied gas.SOLUTION: The nose mask for supplying gas to a user includes a main body part which has an inlet for accepting the supply of the gas, a sealing means which is mounted at the main body part or is fo ...


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Gradon Lewis George, Mcphee Stephen William, Seakins Paul John, Leonard Peter John: Respiratory humidification system. Fisher & Paykel, December 23, 1998: EP0885623-A2 (29 worldwide citation)

A flow probe (19) for use in a humidification system is disclosed. The flow probe (19) is adapted to be positioned in a humidified gases flow (for example oxygen or anaesthetic gases) such as that which is provided to a patient (13) in a hospital environment. The flow probe (19) is designed to provi ...


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Gradon Lewis George, Mcauley Alastair Edwin, Joe Teresa Anne, Davies Neil Glen, Winstone Tracey Carolyn, Milivojevic Ivan: Breathing assistance apparatus. Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, Gradon Lewis George, Mcauley Alastair Edwin, Joe Teresa Anne, Davies Neil Glen, Winstone Tracey Carolyn, Milivojevic Ivan, ADAMS Matthew D, April 14, 2005: WO/2005/032634 (21 worldwide citation)

A user interface (22) with headgear (29) is disclosed where a flexible conduit (24) supplies gases to the patient interface and the conduit is connected to the headgear by a sliding connection or support portion (26). In one form headgear may include a transverse strap which the conduit is attached ...


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Tebbutt Adam Alexander, Neal Blair Albert, Gradon Lewis George, Mcauley Alastair Edwin, Haycock Mark Joseph: Mouthpiece. Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, Tebbutt Adam Alexander, Neal Blair Albert, Gradon Lewis George, Mcauley Alastair Edwin, Haycock Mark Joseph, ADAMS Matthew D, June 24, 2004: WO/2004/052438 (13 worldwide citation)

Mouthpiece (1) having vestibular shield (21) overlapping a user’s teeth and gums, gases passageway means extending through said vestibular shield allowing for the passage of said gases through mouthpiece and extra oral sealing (25) means associated with gases passageway, said passageway in use cause ...


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Gradon Lewis George, Smith Nicholas Charles Alan, Mcauley Alastair Edwin, Haycock Mark Joseph, Nightingale Chris Earl: Device for delivering supplied gas and scattering material that can be attached and removed. Fisher &Amp Paykel, April 2, 2002: JP2002-095751 (12 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a CPAP system for improved breathing treatment for patient having lower noise level than conventional technologies outlet draft hole and patients interface with an outlet draft hole with which discharge fluid can be more scattered.SOLUTION: The outlet draft hole cont ...


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Robertson Christopher John, Smith Nicholas Charles Alan, Gradon Lewis George: Mouthpiece with bendable extra-oral sealing means. Fisher & Paykel, February 14, 2001: EP1075848-A2 (10 worldwide citation)

A mouthpiece for oral delivery for oral delivery of CPAP treatment has a vestibular shield for location between the teeth and lips/cheeks of a wearer. The vestibular shield is dimensioned to extend laterally into the buccal vestibule and vertically to overlap the gums. The vestibular shield is forme ...